By Margaret Kamba
The Women's League has demonstrated its resilience thanks to the successful catering service provision by the canteen staff during the on-going ZANU PF staff training workshop.
The Women's League canteen was commissioned by the President and First Secretary of the ZANU PF Party Cde Emmerson Mnangagwa last December and the canteen has been providing catering services largely to a reasonable number of clients both at the headquarters and external clients.
This assignment happens to be the first biggest assignment that the Women's League has undertaken.
Director of Women's League Cde Oliver Mandipaka highlighted how providing catering services to the workshop has improved their service.
"The Women's League canteen is growing in leaps and bounds as seen through the comments from the people. We want our staff to improve in providing quick service and quality of food. We received a contract of providing food for over 300 people and we are coping well, " Cde Mandipaka said.
" We are thinking big because we want to move to not only providing catering services for the inside but outside people.
"We will want to encourage any people who want to partner with us who share same interests with us.
" We are very happy the start has been good and we want to continue to be of great service to the Party as we help to improve the welfare of the staff.
" We are sure that we have helped cut expenditure for the Party and we urge the cadres to continue to support us."